Do you remember Ginny from Harry Potter? She is 32. Most child stars have become more beautiful. It doesn’t apply to her


Something extraordinary has happened outside the magical world of Harry Potter! Ginny Weasley, the tiny, lively girl we watched on Platform 9 ¾, has grown into a woman and become a mum! Bonnie Wright, the actress who portrayed Ginny, announced on social media that she had given birth to her first child.

Lifeway Bonnie Wright can be described as the Hogwarts to Hollywood line, but it’s a journey full of talent and activism. But the truth is that while most child stars have become more beautiful, this is not the case with Ginny aka Bonnie. See for yourself how she navigated motherhood in her thirties:

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Way out of the movie

Bonnie Francesca Wright, born on February 17, 1991 in London’s Tower Hamlets district, has become synonymous with talent, passion and activism. Best known for her iconic role as Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter film series, she has crossed over from acting to filmmaking, environmental activism and literature.

Her journey through the entertainment industry began at the age of nine when she made her film debut in 2001 Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Little did the world know that this young actress would grow up to be a versatile artist and a prominent environmental advocate.

After ten years in the role of Ginny Weasley, Wright spread her wings beyond the wizarding world of Hogwarts. She immersed herself in the world of independent cinema and her performances, though sometimes underappreciated, showed her versatility and dedication to the craft.

Bonnie Wright in Harry Potter as Ginny

Alone behind the camera

However, Wright did not stop there. In 2012, after graduating from the London College of Communication with a BA in Filmmaking, she founded her own production company, BonBonLumiere. Through this venture, she explored her passion for storytelling and directing, creating several critically acclaimed short films.

One of her notable directorial ventures was a coming-of-age drama Separately we come, separately we leave (2012), which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and established her as an up-and-coming director. Wright then continued to hone her skills in films that reflect her unique perspective and artistic sensibilities.


Bonnie Wright, Evanna Lynch and the main character, Emma Watson, on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter

Many other activities

In addition to film activities, Wright also ventured into the world of literature. In April 2022, she published a book on the importance of environmental protection. Bonnie is a staunch environmental activist, raising awareness of plastic pollution and promoting sustainable practices. Her commitment to Greenpeace, visits to sustainable forest management communities and support of the Rainforest Alliance underline her commitment to preserving the environment for future generations.

In addition to her activism, Wright is also an ambassador for Lumos, a children’s organization founded by JK Rowling. Her dedication to philanthropy and charitable work underscores her compassionate nature and desire to positively impact the world.

This video also documents her “double” life.


Bonnie Wright earlier in the year

The path to the dream child

As for her personal life, Wright has experienced many significant events. In March 2022, she married her longtime boyfriend Andrew Lococo and on September 19, 2023, the couple welcomed their first child, a son Elia Oceana Wright Lococo. And what is incredible, the entire birth took place in the comfort of home. On her Instagram, Bonnie shared the happy news: “Say hello to Elia Oceana Wright Lococo born at home on Tuesday 19th September. We are all healthy and happy. Andrew and I are so in love with our little boy!”

This new chapter in her life is not only a personal joy, but also a testament to her indomitable spirit and tenacity.


Bonnie Wright a few months before giving birth

Bonnie Wright’s journey from a young actress at Hogwarts to a versatile artist, environmental activist and writer is a testament to her determination, talent and compassionate heart. He continues to inspire others with his work, both in the entertainment industry and in activism, and the world is eagerly awaiting what incredible feats he will achieve next.

And her beauty? She will definitely come back. For many women, pregnancy is not the most flattering period for photography.


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